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SINGAPORE (THE BUSINESS TIMES) - Singapore shares slipped lower on Tuesday amid weaker global sentiment, following declines on Wall Street on Monday.
The benchmark Straits Times Index (STI) fell 0.1 per cent to close at 3,112.05.
The losses track major regional markets in Asia, with key indexes in Australia, Japan, South Korea and Hong Kong falling between 0.3 per cent and 1.4 per cent on Tuesday.
Oanda senior market analyst Jeffrey Halley noted that inflation nerves continue to rattle the markets with energy prices rising. "US West Texas Intermediate's rise to seven-year highs spooked US equity markets overnight, with nerves increasing that the Q3 earnings season will contain tempered expectations for 2022," he said. "A wobbly earnings season could have the street looking for the exit door."
On the local bourse, Sembcorp Industries shares ended the day as the top STI gainer, climbing 1.6 per cent to close at $1.91.
Singapore Exchange shares were also among the top gainers, climbing 1.5 per cent to close at $9.61. The bourse said on Tuesday that total securities market turnover value rose 11 per cent on year to $27 billion in September, the highest in four months, while the securities daily average value was also up 11 per cent on year at $1.2 billion.
The trio of local banks, which were among the most actively traded by value, closed lower.
DBS shares dipped 0.4 per cent to close at $30.13, UOB shares fell 0.7 per cent to close at $26.14, and OCBC slipped 0.1 per cent to close at $11.60.
Finishing at the bottom of the STI performance table was CapitaLand Integrated Commercial Trust, which fell 1 per cent to close at $2.08.
Across the broader market, losers outnumbered gainers 247 to 205, after 1.6 billion securities worth $1.2 billion changed hands.
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The FTSEStraits Times Index (STI) is a capitalisation-weightedstock market index that is regarded as the benchmark index for the Singapore stock market. It tracks the performance of the top 30 companies listed on the Singapore Exchange. It is jointly calculated by Singapore Press Holdings (SPH), Singapore Exchange (SGX) and FTSE Group (FTSE).
The STI has a history dating back to 1966. Following a major sectoral re-classification of listed companies by the Singapore Exchange, which saw the removal of the "industrials" category, the STI replaced the Straits Times Industrials Index (STII) and began trading on 31 August 1998 at 885.26 points, in continuation of where the STII left off. At the time, it represented 78% of the average daily traded value over a 12-month period and 61.2% of total market capitalisation on the exchange. The STI was constructed by SPH, the Singapore Exchange and SPH's consultant, Professor Tse Yiu Kuen from the Singapore Management University (formerly from the National University of Singapore). It came under formal review at least once annually and was also reviewed on an ad hoc basis when necessary. One such review, for instance, raised the number of stocks from 45 to 50, which took effect when trading resumed on 18 March 2005. This change reduced the index representation of the average daily traded value to 60%, while increasing its total market capitalisation to 75%.
The STI was again revamped and relaunched on 10 January 2008. As part of a new partnership between SPH, SGX and FTSE, the number of constituent stocks was reduced from about 50 to 30 and the index was re-calculated using FTSE's methodology. Besides the STI, the partners also developed a family of indices including the FTSE ST Dividend Index, FTSE ST China Top tradable index, FTSE ST Catalist Index and FTSE ST Maritime Index as well as 19 Supersector and 39 Sector indices. For the purposes of computing the indices, stocks are classified using the Industry Classification Benchmark (ICB).
The family tree of the FTSE ST Index Series:
- FTSE ST All-Share Index
- Straits Times Index
- FTSE ST Mid Cap Index
- FTSE ST Small Cap Index
- FTSE ST China Index
- FTSE ST Maritime Index
- FTSE ST All-Share Industry Indices (10)
- FTSE ST All-Share Supersector Indices (19)
- FTSE ST All-Share Sector Indices (39)
- FTSE ST Real Estate Index
- FTSE ST Real Estate Investment & Services Index
- FTSE ST Real Estate Investment Trusts Index
- FTSE ST All-Share Supersector Indices (19)
- FTSE ST Fledgling Index
The creation of the FTSE ST Index Series was intended to facilitate the creation of financial products such as institutional and retail funds, exchange-traded funds (ETFs), derivatives contracts and other index-linked products. There are currently two ETFs listed on the SGX that track the STI: the SPDR Straits Times Index ETF (formerly known as the streetTRACKS Straits Times Index Fund)  (managed by State Street Global Advisors) and the Nikko AM Singapore STI ETF .
|Closing||3875.77||Thursday, 11 October 2007|
|Intraday||3906.16||Wednesday, 10 October 2007|
The following table shows the annual development of the S&P/TSX Composite Index, which was calculated back to 1970.
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The 30 constituents of the STI as of 6 December 2020 are:
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